A very cute post, Fly. I hope you and Mr. Fly are doing well.
Awww bless. :)
e...a dear little boy, isn't he! Both well...Mr. Fly is in San Jose to install the new kitchen units.Sarah, he is a nice little chap and it didn't seem fair to have only photos of the horse!
A bonny horse and an even bonnier little lad, Fly. Dad's not bad, either... ;-)
Each time I arrive at your blog in answer to a new post I read a little more of your history. Fascinating.
Perpetua, I think he inherits the smile from Dad...GB, part of the fun of blogging, I suppose, is the impression we have of other bloggers.
Happiness pure and simple.
Steve, that smile says it all.
That's a happy child. You are a good egg, Fly.
Oh little tear, stop your dopey trickling. Such a sweet photo of three happy souls. Dear Fly, can you find it in your heart to add a "Subscribe by email" button to your blog, same as French Leave? I'm trying to reorganise my chaotic social media life, and subscribing means I'll never miss one of your wonderful posts.
Oh Fly, how wonderful! Just caught up with your previous posting. Sometimes animals (dogs, horses) find us and it's just meant to be. :)
Lovely happy photo x
dinahmow, he's a generally smiley little boy...and as to the egg...more like the curate's I'm afraid!nodamnblog, will do.suej, I agree. It all seems just right, doesn't it?Ayak, he's a sweet little boy.
Nice picture. I am so afraid of horses that I'd not be brave enough to sit on one.
Mark, you have a 'dangerous both ends' view of horses, then.Delightful smile, isn't it.
Delighted to see subscribe button, Fly. Thank you!"And Allah took a handful of southerly wind, blew His breath over it, and created the horse.... Thou shall fly without wings, and conquer without any sword. Oh, horse." ~Bedouin Legend
nodamnblog, You're welcome.'There is no secret so close as that between a man and his horse.'Surtees.
Nice pic! You know, the name "Prince Monolulu rings a very distant bell with me, and I can't think why, never having gone to races as a child.My Dad did used to listen to the racing commentaries sometimes on the radio, though, and I'm wondering, did the BBC broadcast his tips perhaps, or was a horse named after him?
Mark in Mayenne, I suppose there could have been mention of him if the commentators were 'setting the scene'.
His lovely happy wee face really did make me smile! Thank you for the photo.
la mujer libre, he's a lovely happy little boy.